Cincinnati Cyclones

ECHL: 9 Goals Cement the Toledo Walleye as Central Division Champs

The Toledo Walleye claimed the Central Division as they trounced the Cyclones with a team playoff record of 9 goals scored to Cincinnati’s 2.  In goal for Cincinnati was Mark Sinclair, and for Toledo the ECHL Goalie of the Year, John Lethemon. Toledo made quick work of Sinclair with a goal by Sturtz (1:54). Shortly […]

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ECHL: Toledo Walleye Down Cincinnati Cyclones, Move Within One Win of Western Conference Finals

Sebastian Cossa got the start in net for the Toledo Walleye and came up with 43 saves while leading the Walleye to a 2-1 win over the Cincinnati Cyclones in Game 3 of the Central Division Finals on Wednesday night. This was Cossa’s fourth win of the playoffs, and Toledo is yet to taste a […]

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ECHL: Toledo Walleye Streak Continues As They Head Home with 2-0 Series Lead

The Toledo Walleye have now won six straight Kelly Cup Playoffs as they beat the Cincinnati Cyclones 5-2 on Saturday Night. For the second night in a row, the Walleye would get off to an early lead as Thomas Ebbing scored from the circle on their first shot of the game. It would be Gordie […]

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ECHL Playoffs: Toledo Walleye Score 5 Power Play Goals, Blow past Cincinnati Cyclones in Game 1

Cincinnati, OH– The Toledo Walleye had eight days off between their four-game sweep of the Indy Fuel and the first game of round 2 against the Cincinnati Cyclones. The Cyclones came in battle tested as the Fort Wayne Komets took them to seven games. Would the Walleye be rusty, or would they be rested? The […]

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ECHL: Beck Warm’s 35-Save Shutout Leads Cincinnati To Game 7 Victory

There was one series in the first round of the Kelly Cup Playoffs that would need seven games to decide a winner, and that was the Cincinnati Cyclones vs. Fort Wayne Komets series, one that featured over 300+ plus minutes in penalties. It would be a goaltending dual between Fort Wayne’s Ryan Fanti and Cincinnati’s […]

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ECHL: Fort Wayne Komets Force Game 7 vs Cincinnati Cyclone

The stage was set in Cincinnati as the Cyclones and Komets dropped the puck on game Six, the Cyclones just needed to win one more game to advance, but the Komets had other plans. The Komets ran into penalty trouble early on, but that wouldn’t stop them from generating offense. Komets captain Anthony Petruzzelli got […]

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ECHL: Fort Wayne Komets Stave Off Elimination, Force Game 6 Tuesday

The Fort Wayne Komets headed into game five of the series down 3-1 to the Cincinnati Cyclones. In this do-or-die game, the Komets needed to get off to a good start, and that’s what happened. Fort Wayne peppered the Cyclones goalkeeper, Warm, with 17 shots in the opening frame but couldn’t find the back of […]

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ECHL: Fort Wayne Komets Pick Up First Win Of Kelly Cup Playoffs

The Fort Wayne Komets came into Tuesday Night down 2-0 in the series needing a win on home ice, and that’s precisely what they got. It was important for the Komets to do something that they failed to do so often this season, and that is to score the 1st goal of the game, and […]

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ECHL Playoffs: Cincinnati Cyclones Win Penalty Filled Game, Take 2-0 Series Lead Against Fort Wayne Komets

The Cincinnati Cyclones hosted the Fort Wayne Komets for game two of their 1st round matchup on Saturday night at Heritage Bank Center. One significant change took place for the Cyclones, as they decided to ride the hot goaltending of Beck Warm as the starter for the game. Warm came in for Mark Sinclair in […]

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ECHL: Fort Wayne Komets Blow Three-Goal Lead in the 3rd Period, Fall in OT to the Cincinnati Cyclones in Game 1

Game 1 in the Central Division portion of the 2023 ECHL Playoffs occurred Friday night at the Heritage Bank Center in Cincinnati. The 4th-seeded Komets played more like the 1st-seeded Cyclones as they took a 3-0 lead into the 3rd period. The lead would fade as the Cyclones scored four unanswered goals to steal game […]

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